Top 14 Best Cartoon Shows for Kids in India

If anything very own for a child after his/her parent is there, it is certainly the cartoons. There is no best way than these cartoons available to calm down a baby from her crazy avatar. This is the reason that these cartoons or the fiction characters involved are so much popular over the globe. Why only children, I am also a big fan of Doraemon. The line-up given below is about such shows for which children never blink when these are aired.

Here we go

14. Motu Patlu

Motu Patlu

As it appears from the names, Motu is a fat food freak, and Patlu is thin enough. Motu’s biggest weakness is for the oily foods. The show presents all those quirky and interesting situations both these characters come across, and these become one of the finest sources of entertainment for children.

13. Pakdam Pakdai

Pakdam Pakdai

Adorable and interesting dog “Doggy Don” is one of the favourite cartoon characters for Indian kids. The show is about the chase between Doggy Don and Chotu, Lambu and Motu. The later three are mice. Don’s nonsense activities are just too addictive for the kids.

12. Pokemon


Pokémon, the globally acclaimed Japanese animated series, made an indelible mark in India, captivating audiences since its introduction. Premiering in the late ’90s, the show follows the adventures of Ash Ketchum and his Pokémon companions as they navigate a world filled with diverse creatures. The show’s success lies in its engaging narrative, vibrant characters, and the quest to become a Pokémon Master. Pokémon not only became a cultural phenomenon in India but also fueled a fervent fanbase, making it a timeless and beloved animated classic.

11. Roll No. 21

Roll No. 21

Roll No.21 is aired on Cartoon Network. This is basically the contemporary edition of lord Krishna and his mighty uncle King Kansa. The names have been modified as well. Krishna becomes Kris, and Kansa becomes Kanshik. Kris is a student, and Kanshik is the principal of the school.

10. Sally Bollywood

Sally Bollywood

This is the spiciest cartoons in the line-up. The prime protagonist is Sally, the owner of an investigation organisation who is passionate about Bollywood song and dances as well. The show is being telecasted on Kidszone. Sally’s adventures are thoroughly enjoyable.

9. Shin-Chan


Shin-Chan, the wildly popular Japanese animated series, has left an indelible impression on Indian audiences with its irreverent humor and mischievous protagonist. Premiered in the early 2000s, the show revolves around the antics of a misbehaving five-year-old named Shin-Chan Nohara and his eccentric family. Renowned for its slapstick comedy and quirky characters, Shin-Chan has become a household favorite, transcending cultural boundaries and establishing itself as a cherished cartoon in India, known for its light-hearted yet entertaining storytelling.

8. Chaplin


Charlie Chaplin, the name is I think enough to make your life awesome. The man with a budget friendly moustache and black hat can make any boring people laugh; these are kids by the way. Everyday activities are presented in hilarious way that makes your kid a fan of it.

7. Tom and Jerry

Tom and Jerry

Tom and Jerry, the timeless animated duo, have enchanted Indian audiences for decades with their classic cat-and-mouse antics. Created by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, this iconic show showcases the never-ending pursuit of the cunning cat, Tom, to catch the clever mouse, Jerry. Renowned for its slapstick humor and universal appeal, Tom and Jerry remain beloved by generations in India.

6. Hagemaru


This is another fantastic Japanese series scripted by Shinbo Nomura. It was earlier available in printed form. Children are fan of the young Hagemaru, and his mindset. There is an animated version of the same available as well.

5. Harry and His Bucketful of Dinosaurs

Harry and His Bucketful of Dinosaurs

Hary, the blessed kid has an awesome stuff. He has six dinosaurs’ toys; those are his best friends as well. The show revolves round Hary, his exciting adventurous quest, and the way these toys help him through out.

4. Oggy and the Cockroaches

Oggy and the Cockroaches

Oggy and the Cockroaches, a French animated series, has become a beloved fixture in Indian households. Premiered in the early 2000s, the show humorously chronicles the constant battles between the laid-back cat, Oggy, and three pesky cockroaches—Joey, Dee Dee, and Marky. Renowned for its slapstick comedy, vibrant animation, and catchy theme, Oggy and the Cockroaches is a cherished cartoon in India.

3. Chota Bheem

Chota Bheem

Green Gold Production’s Chota Bheem is one of the most favourite among kids. It comes on PoGO TV in India. Bheem’s activities when he was a child bring enough happy factors for the little stars. The other characters like Chutki, Raju are also quite popular among children.

2. Ninja Hattori-kun

Ninja Hattori-kun

Created by Motoo Abiko, the show has grabbed all possible success. It’s not limited within TV show; there is animation series, video game, and movie also available based on this. This is one of the most popular television shows in most of the Asian nations. It was revamped as an animation series as a mutual attempt by India and Japan.

1. Doraemon


Never even think of the remote when Doraemon is being aired; children will just smash you. The Japanese series has been scripted and described by Fujiko Fujio. There is an incredible animation series available for it as well. Needless is to introduce the very popular robot Doraemon that can make time travel, to help Nobita.

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